"Really Bad Boy" by Red Velvet Gets Revealed for the First Time [Running Man Ep 426]

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  1. Dang kwangjoy went all the way back to 268, kjk and ks used to be so funny together. did something happened?

  2. This is why I hate it when girl groups get invited in variety shows. Their eyes are obviously staring at their butts when they dance and have no respect at all. Let me just remind males that females are human too and are not toys

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    Red Velvet

  4. I love Red Velvet, especially wendy… obviously! But to be honest, I love every other member too. Because they have a unique role too. But I feel SM are trying to make Red Velvet into a Black Pink clone, just because 'Black Pink' gets a vast amount of viewers…. SM, please stay true to Red Velvets mass appeal. We love them the way that they are.

    Red Velvet means:

    Luscious, Funky, Suave, Elegant, Warm, keeping it real, Smooth, a joy to watch…..

    In my mind, Red Velvets the only group that I've ever seen, who are truly on the same page. They are family-friendly, which is very rare to see.

    I love you guys….

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